Saturday, October 29, 2016

The Woman is a Disaster!

I've been reading Camille Paglia for years and years with great enjoyment, even when I disagree with her. In fact, I almost never completely disagree with her, because even when she's wrong, she's wrong for good reasons.

And she's the only reason I don't have utter contempt for any and all feminists. She calls herself a feminist, you see, and advocates that women actually become stronger, instead of demanding "safe spaces" and "trigger warnings," which is the norm among mainstream feminists these days. Their whole mission is to make women weaker and weaker so that they'll become more dependent on government. That is why I consider mainstream feminism to be nothing more but an arm of the general movement to destroy Western Civilization.

Paglia is different. She doesn't call on us to "teach men not to rape," because, not being an idiot, she knows that only a small minority of men are inclined to rape (at least here in Western Civilization, so far), and don't need to be taught anything of the kind, and also that men who are inclined to rape can't be taught anything, for the most part, and that therefore girls and women have to learn to protect themselves from that small group. Telling them otherwise is, basically, advocating that they be raped.

Anyhow, Paglia is my kind of feminist, as opposed to the idiot kind. Here's something about Paglia's opinion of Hillary. It's not good.

Feminist Camille Paglia on Hillary Clinton: ‘The Woman Is a Disaster’

Hillary Clinton’s “gender card” politics is rubbing feminist Camille Paglia the wrong way.

In an interview with The Spectator, Paglia tells journalist Emily Hill that Clinton’s claim that her election to the presidency would break the final pane of the glass ceiling is balderdash:
It’s an outrage how she’s played the gender card. She is a woman without accomplishment. “I sponsored or co-sponsored 400 bills.” Oh really? These were bills to rename bridges and so forth. And the things she has accomplished have been like the destabilization of North Africa, causing refugees to flood into Italy… The woman is a disaster!
Having already voted once for Jill Stein of the Green Party, the 69-year-old professor of humanities at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia asserts she’s already voted for a woman for president, so it’s no big deal. Paglia’s view of feminism is light years away from the likes of Clinton and Madeleine Albright, who told young women there would be a “special place in hell” for them if they chose Bernie Sanders over Clinton.
“My philosophy of feminism, I call street-smart Amazon feminism,” Paglia explains. “I’m from an immigrant family. The way I was brought up was: the world is a dangerous place; you must learn to defend yourself. You can’t be a fool. You have to stay alert.”
Nowadays, however, the author of soon-to-be-published Free Women, Free Men: Sex, Gender, Feminism finds young girls are protected and coddled as they’re taught to become “helpless victims” when life becomes challenging.
“We are rocketing backwards here to the Victorian period with this belief that women are not capable of making decisions on their own,” she says. “This is not feminism — which is to achieve independent thought and action. There will never be equality of the sexes if we think that women are so handicapped they can’t look after themselves.”
And, of course, that is the image of women conveyed by Clinton and her feminist colleagues. At a recent campaign stop in Haverford, Pennsylvania, Clinton – with daughter Chelsea in tow – told an audience of mostly women and young people that women need taxpayer-funded assistance, courtesy of the government, from cradle to grave in order to survive.
Read the rest, and see video, here:

And if that's not enough, take a look here:
Quibcag: Here we have Ezra Scarlet of Fairy Tail (Japaneseフェアリーテイル HepburnFearī Teiru) playing a card.

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